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Iron deficiency is often missed in young women, girls, research finds

An underdiagnosed deficiency of an essential mineral may contribute to fatigue, brain fog and concentration problems in almost 1 in 4 adolescent girls and young women in the United States. Almost 40% of American teenage girls and young women have low levels of iron, an important mineral needed to make blood cells red, a study […]

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NEWS: EFL and Utilita renew partnership after inspiring thousands of school children to enjoy football – News

The EFL and Utilita are pleased to announce a four-year partnership extension which will see the energy supplier continue as long-term title sponsor of the Kids and Girls Cup. Utilita’s initial four-year sponsorship has seen more than 60,000 schoolchildren participate in competitive football across the nation – all with the opportunity to set foot

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Taurine may help slow the aging process, new animal study shows

Share on PinterestTaurine is a compound found in dairy products as well as some energy drinks. Kevin Day/Getty Images Taurine is a compound found in humans as well as dairy products and some energy drinks. In a study, researchers say taurine was effective as an anti-aging agent that promoted longevity in mice. Experts say the

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Vancouver Island to get cancer center in Nanaimo, says premiere

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News LocalHealth Health The announcement follows Thursday’s long-awaited approval of a new cancer treat facility at Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops. Author of the article: Published May 26, 2023 • Last updated 4 days ago • 2 minute read Premier David Eby answers questions from the media in Langford, BC,

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Mediterranean diet shown to be good for health and also the weekly budget

We’ve heard it time and time again – the Mediterranean diet is great for our health. But despite the significant health benefits of this eating plan, a common deterrent is often the expected costs, especially when budgets are tight. Image Credit: University of South Australia Now, new research from the University of South Australia shows

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Martha Stewart’s Makeup Pro Reveals the $16 Buy Behind the Icon’s ‘Sports Illustrated Swimsuit’ Glow (Exclusive)

Martha Stewart’s makeup artist Daisy Toye talks working with the star for 15 years and the drugstore product behind her radiant ‘Sports Illustrated Swimsuit’ look: “I go through one tube a week” Ruven Afanador Martha Stewart sent the Internet ablaze on Monday when she revealed she’s one of four stars posting on the cover of

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Mama June Says Ozempic Is ‘Not For Me,’ Responds to Comments About Her Weight Gain

Mama June Shannon explains that she’s happy with her current weight and doesn’t want to use type 2 diabetes drug Ozempic for weight loss Robin L Marshall/Getty Mama June Shannon Mama June Shannon was not interested in weight loss drugs. the Mama June: Road to Redemption star, 43, spoke to DailyMail and admitted that she

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What are the top 10 public health challenges in 2023?

A recent study published in the journal Public Health Challenges discussed the top public health challenges in 2023. Global public health challenges in 2022 include the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), health financing, human resources for health, mental health, climate change, poverty, reproductive health, infodemic, and humanitarian crisis. Moreover, global health challenges will continue to emerge

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Doctor, 32, died after a ‘tragic and rare’ reaction to AstraZeneca jab | News News

The coroner described Dr Stephen Wright’s death as a ‘very unusual and deeply tragic case’ (Picture: PA) A ‘fit and healthy’ doctor died after suffering a ‘truly tragic and very rare’ reaction to the AstraZeneca Covid jab, an request he heard. Dr Stephen Wright, 32, was among the first people to be given the vaccine

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